Dublin at a Glance
Dublin has greater economic impact on the Columbus MSA far in excess of its spatial area and population. In fact, total economic activity from Dublin companies is in excess of $8 billion per year, representing 7.4% of the $108 billion gross metropolitan product in the Columbus MSA.
Area: 25 square miles
Location: Surrounds the Scioto River; 20 minutes northwest of metropolitan Columbus
Counties: Franklin, Delaware and Union
- Approximately 80% of adult population has earned a bachelor’s or graduate degree
- Five highway interchanges within the City’s business districts
- Over 1,500 acres of undeveloped or infill opportunities
- Over 9.3 million square feet of Class A and Class B space
- Over 1 million square feet of medical office facilities in inventory
- Over 1.74 million square feet of retail space
- Over 2.19 million square feet of industrial properties
City Government: Council/Manager form of government
Economic Vitality: 4,300+ businesses
Commercial Office Inventory
Class A - 5 million sq. ft. - Average Rate - $21.34 (gross)
Class B - 3.66 million sq. ft. - Average Rate - $18 (gross)
Class C - 442,000 sq. ft. - Average Rate - $14.05 (gross)
Source: Colliers International – Q3 2019
Income Tax Revenue
$101.1 million collected in 2021
2020-2024 Capital Improvements Program
$210.2 million in funding for transportation, parks, recreation and utility projects, as well as equipment, and development projects such as Riverside Crossing Park.
Average Home Price
$509,000 - Dublin Corp.
$464,000 - Dublin School District
Source: Columbus Board of Realtors - March 2022
Parkland: 64 developed parks
Platted as a Village: 1810
Incorporated as a City: 1987
Revised City Charter: 1996
Adopted Community Plan: 2013
City Financial Ratings: AAA from Moody’s Investors Service, Fitch and Standard & Poors.